Art and architecture has long been the
center of my interest. After graduating from the college of architecture
and fine arts at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines,
I accepted a scholarship from the Spanish government to amplify
my studies in Madrid, Spain. This broadened my horizon greatly and
my further venture into the rest of Western Europe exposed me to
the wonders of the center of the art world.
Upon my return, I was able to put to good use my
education and experience by teaching at my alma mater and practice
architecture for many years. But when the political climate dramatically
changed in the Philippines in 1975, I migrated to Canada with my
Now in Canada, I continue to pursue my in interest
in art and architecture as a part time consultant in development
and an avid disciple of cubistic art. I work from my studio in Richmond,
BC. And most of my works are with private collectors in Canada,
United States and the Philippines.
of Canadian Artists.